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ground zero. he could face the death penalty. this is a controversial move by the obama administration. >> near the scene of the crime, the confessed mastermind and his accomplices will go on federal trial for the murder of 3000 people. >> nothing can bring back of those loved ones. see the alleged plotters of those attacks held accountable in open court. >> the obama administration are being notorious inmates to the u.s. in closing guantanamo bay. >> i expect them to seek the death penalty against each of these 9/11 cope-conspirators. >> a former new york firefighter agrees. >> bringing these animals back to the scene of the crime so they can put on a circus and a show is not right. >> he does not deserve a plaid firm -- platform to continue to express his hate. >> new york city -- we do not need to have them here. >> the terrorist -- will the jury be able to look past these techniques of interrogations? >> attorney-general holder is convinced the answer is yes. the administration also announced that the terrorists will be tried in military tribunals in the u.s. for a tax committed ou
crashing the state dinner did were invited. >> first lady michelle obama had no comment about the couple crashing the first state dinner. the red house official confirms that the president did meet the couple that night. they were interviewed today by investigators from the secret service. they said they were deeply concerned and embarrassed by the incident. the couple was able to mix and mingle with the political elite taking pictures that would appear on their base pay is later. more information is forthcoming. the republican congressmen want a congressional investigation. >> this has to be fully investigated. >> they allegedly were trying to get on a new reality television. this person says he has known the woman for years and has done her makeup. >> it seemed more than legitimate. they were ready to go with a limo and everything. >> this woman says she was chatty that day talking about her past trips to the white house. she wanted to see the invitation. >> she told me she had the invitation. she was looking in her bag but she conveniently did not have it. >> federal investigators are
in the month of october. it appears there may be a silver lining. president obama signed a bill extending unemployment benefits and a tax credit for home buyers in april and a tax break for businesses that had recent losses. >> economists tell us that when money is spent on food, clothing, or red, it strengthens our economy and creates new jobs. >> even though the recession has ended, just remain scarce because employers are not willing to hire. >> and national trend is not playing out in our area. baltimore is one of the top 10 best places to land a job. our reporter explains. >> this man has been out of a job for 16 months describes the job search process that he has been dealing with. >> the necessary skills at my age -- it is difficult for someone to give me an opportunity -- an honest opportunity. >> an opportunity finally came as he was able to get a job helping with the $66 million project for public housing improvement in the city of baltimore. that is a major sign that the job market in the baltimore area is improving every day according to the mayor. >> this will create 92 jobs
could face the death penalty. this move by the obama administration is controversial. >> near the scene of the crime, just blocks from where the twin towers fell in 2001, the confessed mastermind of the 9/11 attacks and four accused accomplices will go on federal trial for the murder of 3000 people. >> nothing can bring back those loved ones. they deserve the opportunity to see the alleged plotters of those attacks held accountable in open court. >> attorney general are colder -- attorney general eric holder is breaking with the bush administration by bringing these suspects to trial. >> i expect them to seek the death penalty against each of the alleged 9/11 conspirators. >> critics called for a trial in cuba. >> if we are going to bring these animals back to the scene of the crime so that they can put on a circus and put on a show -- >> he lost his dad and stepmom and 9/11. >> he does not deserve a pat platform for a venue to continue to express his hate. >> some worry that the trial will expire rule -- will inspire a new attack. >> new york is the number 1 terrorist target in the wor
is expected today after president obama makes a late morning trip to the capital to make one final pitch for the legislation. our reporter comes from washington. >> early in the day on capitol hill, democrats sounded confident of a critical victory. >> we hope to pass this health care bill. >> a short time later, the bill and not be ready for a vote this weekend as democratic leaders struggled to shore up support. the huge price tag is not sitting well with fiscally conservative blue dog democrats. >> we are not making any new promises when the nation is in debt by trillions of dollars. >> there is concern about coverage for abortion and illegal immigrants. the president hopes to have a bill ready to sign by the end of the year. he is set to met -- meet with lawmakers on saturday. the white house denies that it is a partisan political pitch. >> republicans are hoping to exploit to the division among democrats. >> speaker nancy pelosi is trying to force her members to vote for a bill that the american people have rejected. >> with the unemployment rate topping 10%, the gop say the health
of the senate seat from president barack obama. the admonishment says that while there was no law violation, senators must lead a higher standard of conduct. christmas is coming to mount vernon, we have details coming up. " and the democrats' health-care overhaul faces a crucial day in the senate. the latest from washington. >> a storm to the south which will move in. we will give you details on when. that discussion coming >> a few thin clouds overhead. the nearest rain is a long way away. it is off the atlantic to the south and east of here. a significant amount of rain coming on land. it is to the east part of texas part of the mississippi valley, fla., places like that. that storm will eventually hit us. it will come up the atlanta clothesline and blue -- atlantic coast line. the rainy part of the storm is going to hold off which is good news. let's take a look at the current situation outside. 40 at the airport. 46 at the inner harbor. 83% the humidity. statewide we will take a look at temperatures. yesterday, 61 of the airport. 62 at the inner harbor. a nice day yesterday. 41 was the
lining. yesterday, president barack obama signed a bill extending unemployment benefits for 20 weeks and extends tax credits for home buyers through next april. it provides tax breaks to businesses that have losses. >> economists tell us that when these benefits are spent on food or clothing, it actually strengthens our economy and create new jobs. >> analysts say even though the recession has ended, jobs will remain scarce because employers are not willing to hire. >> the national trend is not playing out in our area. baltimore is one of the top 10 best places in america to land a job. >> this man has been out of a job for 16 months and describes the job search process. >> without the necessary skills at my age, it is rather difficult for someone to give me an opportunity. >> friday, that opportunity finally came as he was able to land a job helping to baltimore city plus $66 million project for public housing improvements, a major sign that mayor dixon says the job market in the greater baltimore area is improving every day. >> this effort today he will create 92 jobs, will retrain
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)